Why all Communists should support our Nepali Comrades

By Holden Vallei The Capitalist world has created its narrative of history that in 1991, Communism died forever and would only live in exile on the island of Cuba. This view is often supported by anti-Communists, who claim that there is no point in supporting an ideology that has been forever defeated and has not … Continue reading Why all Communists should support our Nepali Comrades

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Marxian Economics: Value, Contradiction, and Profit

By Ben Bollinger I have been wanting to write directly about Marxian economics for a while now, however until now I had not felt well read enough to write about it correctly; so now that I have actually done much research into not only Marxian economics, but also other schools of economics, I will go over … Continue reading Marxian Economics: Value, Contradiction, and Profit

Maoist China Data Compilation

Data Compiled By Ben and Holden (Credible Archive on Mao's China) (Good Study on The Great Leap Forward) (Marxist Analysis of China's Market Reforms) (Realities of Modern Day China and the "Capitalist Miracle") Sources for our brief history of China: http://countrystudies.us/china/ History: The Definitive and Visual Guide, DK Publishing China’s industry grew at up to 10% … Continue reading Maoist China Data Compilation

The Polluting Machinery of Capital

By @lefty.cat This is part one of a three-part series on economics and the environment. This first segment will cover our current system’s, capitalism’s, effects on the environment. The second essay will cover the false notion of “green” capitalism. And the series of writings will be finished with an economical solution to ecological problems. Production’s … Continue reading The Polluting Machinery of Capital

When North Korea Was Actually Best Korea

By Holden Vallei From 1972 to present, the official philosophy of the North Korean government is “Juche”, an ideology which many Marxists, including myself, have dubbed as “Revisionist”, or contradictory to the principles of Marxism-Leninism. I continue to stand by that statement. However, what was North Korea like before that? In my opinion at least, … Continue reading When North Korea Was Actually Best Korea

Economic Overview: Venezuela, Chile, and Bolivia

Essay By Logan (Originally a YouTube Comment) Firstly, let’s examine your claim that Venezuela is socialist. To be socialist, we’d have to assume that the government would be in control of industry, which they simply aren’t. From the 1999 rise of the “socialist” government to today, the private sector controls 71% of industry up from 65% … Continue reading Economic Overview: Venezuela, Chile, and Bolivia

Response To An AnCap: The Minimum Wage

Essay By Ben Bollinger I will be writing this short essay as a response to an article by ancap.sam on Instagram that you can read here. This is a very old essay, however I just saw it and disagreed with it violently and wanted to give my thoughts on the minimum wage, as well as state some … Continue reading Response To An AnCap: The Minimum Wage